Wisconsin on Sunday tallied 621 new cases of COVID-19, together with 2 more deaths, according to the Department of Health Solutions.
Over the past two weeks, the rolling average variety of daily new cases has actually decreased by 65, a decrease of about 7%. But the state set a single-day record on Saturday with 1,165 reported cases.
In a sign that infections might be on the increase, 8.4%of the 7,418 tests reported on Saturday were positive, according to the Department of Health Providers. The seven-day average for the portion of tests positive is 5.9%.
Over the course of the pandemic, 60,554 people have actually evaluated favorable for COVID-19 in Wisconsin. About 83%of those individuals have made a complete healing, but 998 have passed away.
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